Re-Newbie Needs Music

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by misty.sj, Jan 30, 2008.

  1. Jude

    Jude Piano User

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    Google Books http://books.google.com/books?id=K14QlNh... has an old version - some pages are supposedly not included, I've no idea which, since I haven't looked through the entire thing. And I don't think you can download or print it.

    Did you have a different link for the pdf file before, Rowuk? I didn't find it this time.
     
  2. misty.sj

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    If you Google for 'Arban PDF' it is available several places. One of them that might still be available is http://www.bigbrowncow.com/files/arban.pdf. It's definitely out of copyright and in the public domain.
     
  3. qazaq

    qazaq Pianissimo User

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    That's would be a great link...

    cept it doesn't seem to work...:-(

    Well maybe the server is just slow right now

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    It works. It is just very large.
     
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  4. misty.sj

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    Yes, it's a high resolution scan. Just save it to your computer instead of assuming the link will stay around. :)
     
  5. qazaq

    qazaq Pianissimo User

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    good idea...

    Now I have to open it again :)
     
  6. stchasking

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    Buy the Vizzutti books.
     
  7. jdostie

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    Thanks, I found it, and it works. I also found a "cleaner" copy, but I am not sure it's legal . . . there is a 2007 copywrite on it.

    I'll just try out the digitized version and then pick up the hardcopy at the music store as soon as I can slip it past the family accountant ;)

    Now I just have to decide the best approach to using this, cover to cover, a little here, a little there, or what . . .
     
  8. johnnyjazz

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    These aren't free, but you might look at the Hering etude books. There are several at various levels. I always enjoy playing them.
    John
     
  9. croatoa

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    gordon books are still copyrighted??
     
  10. Jude

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